Relevant Force Majeure Event definition

Relevant Force Majeure Event means a Force Majeure Event in relation to which an Affected Party is claiming relief under this Clause 17; and
Relevant Force Majeure Event has the meaning ascribed to it in Clause 17.1;
Relevant Force Majeure Event means a Force Majeure Event in relation to which a FM Affected Party claims relief under Condition 58;

Examples of Relevant Force Majeure Event in a sentence

  • If, and to the extent that, a breach of this contract has been caused by a Relevant Force Majeure Event, the Non-affected Party shall not be entitled to a Performance Order except to secure performance by the Affected Party of its obligations under this Clause 17.

  • The Affected Party shall promptly give the Non-affected Party all other information concerning the Relevant Force Majeure Event and the steps which could reasonably be taken, and which the Affected Party proposes to take, to avoid or remove the Relevant Force Majeure Event or to mitigate its consequences and effects as may reasonably be requested by the Non-affected Party from time to time.


More Definitions of Relevant Force Majeure Event

Relevant Force Majeure Event has the meaning ascribed to it in clause 17.1;
Relevant Force Majeure Event has the meaning ascribed to it in Clause 17.1; !

Related to Relevant Force Majeure Event

  • Force Majeure Event means an event, or a series of related events, that is outside the reasonable control of the party affected (including failures of the internet or any public telecommunications network, hacker attacks, denial of service attacks, virus or other malicious software attacks or infections, power failures, industrial disputes affecting any third party, changes to the law, disasters, explosions, fires, floods, riots, terrorist attacks and wars);

  • Force Majeure means an event beyond the control of the supplier and not involving the supplier’s fault or negligence and not foreseeable. Such events may include, but is not restricted to, acts of the purchaser in its sovereign capacity, wars or revolutions, fires, floods, epidemics, quarantine restrictions and freight embargoes.

  • Force Majeure Notice means a notice to be given by the Affected Party to the other party stating that a Force Majeure Event has occurred;

  • Force Majeure Report means a report to be given by the Affected Party to the other party following the giving of a Force Majeure Notice;

  • Event of Force Majeure means one of the following events:

  • Disaster means an occurrence or threat of widespread or severe damage, injury, or loss of life or property resulting from a natural or human-made cause, including, but not limited to, fire, flood, snowstorm, ice storm, tornado, windstorm, wave action, oil spill, water contamination, utility failure, hazardous peacetime radiological incident, major transportation accident, hazardous materials incident, epidemic, air contamination, blight, drought, infestation, explosion, or hostile military action or paramilitary action, or similar occurrences resulting from terrorist activities, riots, or civil disorders.

  • Unavoidable Delay means an event which delays Closing which is a strike, fire, explosion, flood, act of God, civil insurrection, act of war, act of terrorism or pandemic, plus any period of delay directly caused by the event, which are beyond the reasonable control of the Vendor and are not caused or contributed to by the fault of the Vendor. “Unavoidable Delay Period” means the number of days between the Purchaser’s receipt of written notice of the commencement of the Unavoidable Delay, as required by paragraph 5(b), and the date on which the Unavoidable Delay concludes.

  • Unavoidable Delays means delays due to strikes, lockouts, power failure, acts of God, governmental restrictions, enemy action, civil commotion, fire, unavoidable casualty or other causes beyond the control of the party responsible for performing an obligation hereunder, PROVIDED THAT lack of funds shall not be deemed a cause beyond the control of either party hereto unless such lack of funds is caused by the failure of the other party hereto to perform any obligations of such party under this Lease.

  • Outage means the state of a component when it is not available to perform its intended function due to some event directly associated with that component. An outage may or may not cause an interruption of service to customers, depending on system configuration.

  • Service Interruption means, in relation to the supply of electricity to an ICP the cessation of supply to that ICP for a period exceeding the time allowed for interruptions in the relevant Service Standard, other than in accordance with this agreement;

  • Planned Outage means the removal of equipment from service availability for inspection and/or general overhaul of one or more major equipment groups. To qualify as a Planned Outage, the maintenance (a) must actually be conducted during the Planned Outage, and in Seller’s sole discretion must be of the type that is necessary to reliably maintain the Project, (b) cannot be reasonably conducted during Project operations, and (c) causes the generation level of the Project to be reduced by at least ten percent (10%) of the Contract Capacity.

  • Excused Downtime means: (a) Maintenance Time of up to two hours per month; and (b) any time the Subscription Service is not Available due to circumstances beyond ServiceNow’s control, including modifications of the Subscription Service by any person other than ServiceNow or a person acting at ServiceNow’s direction, a Force Majeure Event, general Internet outages, failure of Customer’s infrastructure or connectivity (including direct connectivity and virtual private network (“VPN”) connectivity to the Subscription Service), computer and telecommunications failures and delays, and network intrusions or denial-of-service or other criminal attacks.

  • Affected Party As defined in Section 7.01(b).

  • Problem means a defect in Software as defined in SailPoint’s standard Software specification that significantly degrades such Software.